Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having three stamens: as, a triandrous flower.
- Same as triandrian.
“The _third_ and the _fourth glumes_ are longer than the second glume, 5 - to 7-nerved, paleate and triandrous; _palea_ of both are lanceolate with ciliate keels.”
“The third and the fourth paleate and triandrous and sometimes the former is empty.”
“_O. aranifera_ with a triandrous column, seemingly of the same kind as that spoken of by Dr. Gray.”
“It may here be mentioned that _Isochilus_ is normally triandrous.”
“In _Dendrobium normale_, Falconer, not only is the perianth regular, but the column is triandrous,  the three stamens”
“August, 1843, a specimen of _Ophrys apifera_ with a triandrous column, the supernumerary anthers belonging, apparently, to the inner whorl.”
“Its spikelets are flat, and the florets of an oval form and triandrous, imbricate.”
“Beer likewise has put on record the existence of a triandrous _Cattleya_. [”
“Mr. Moggridge met with a triandrous flower in the same species, and refers the appearance to "a fusion of two flowers, accompanied by suppression and modification." [”
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